Related News, Events, Awards & Competitions
Related News & Events
EdComs Research in STEM teaching - How should UK STEM teaching and learning inspire the thinkers, doers, innovators and leaders of the future?
The answer to this question is important to all of us, especially given the decisions still to be made around the secondary National Curriculum, which is why we need your feedback. The National Science Learning Centre, National STEM Centre and EdComs are working together to publish a collection of views from contributors across education and industry. Send an email with your thoughts and experiences to: firstname.lastname@example.org or Join the discussion on Twitter: #STEMlearning.
The UK Chemistry Landscape - consultation
The Chemistry Landscape is a plan of action to build a secure future for the chemical sciences and to demand that a good quality chemistry education is available to anyone with talent and ambition.
Read the latest edition of the CASTME e-newsletter here.
York Science is looking for practising science teachers to be involved in this national project to develop a complete package of support materials for Key Stage 3 teaching.
The aims of the project and details of how to take part are available on the York University website.
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Routledge Education is delighted to offer 7 days free online access to Science, Mathematics, & Environmental Education journals. Please visit www.tandfonline.com/r/ScienceEd to activate your access.
Awards & Competitions
Thames and Kosmos Competition Answer one question for your chance to win £100 of kit for your school - (Question) What areas of the curriculum is it hard to find resources for? To enter email email@example.com, including your name, school and school address. 5 entrant's schools will win £100 of Thames and Kosmos kits. All entries should be submitted by April 15th.
Copper Development Association competition is offering a prize of £100 to a student and £500 to their school for designing a winning poster that shows the vital role copper plays in our lives and explores the properties that make it so beneficial. All entries must be received on or before May 31st 2013.
Visit the ASE's resource site schoolscience for a comprehensive list of relevant competitions.